COAST THROUGH LIFE
The coastal lifestyle found at Solitary Islands Village
The Solitary Islands Village allows residents to embrace this incredible coastal lifestyle and create a home in one of the most picturesque settings on the eastern seaboard.
Mullaway To Red Rock Beach
Mullaway is a beachside village that offers a relaxed coastal lifestyle away from the city centre of Coffs Harbour.
Mullaway and the surrounding suburbs of the northern beaches offer breath-taking, uninterrupted views of the Pacific Ocean, the Solitary Islands and the gorgeous nature reserves not to mention being the perfect spot for some whale watching during the season. Surfers are spoilt for choice, with quality breaks such as Arrawarra Headlands all the way up to Red Rock Beach
Woolgoolga, also known as ‘Woopi’ to the locals, is located on Solitary Islands Way, and is less than a five minute drive from the Solitary Islands Village.
Woolgoolga provides the residents of the Solitary Islands Village with all of their everyday conveniences, such as medical services, all allied health care services, postal services, supermarket shopping, schools, banking and some great restaurants and cafes too.
Whilst Coffs Harbour has great fishing and surfing, Woolgoolga is home to Wedding Bells State Forest, a subtropical rainforest with many bird species.
Coffs Harbour, on Australia’s east coast enjoys an enviable position between the Great Dividing Range and Pacific Ocean.
Coffs Harbour has amazing natural surrounds. The focus is on leisure and the outdoors with just the right blend of community and cosmopolitan services and activities.
Coffs Harbour has a population of around 70,000. It is a major regional centre which services a population of over 200,000 people. The Coffs Harbour Airport is one of Australia’s largest and busiest regional airports. Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane have direct services from Coffs Harbour Airport.